Sunday, September 6, 2015

Muammar Gaddafi Interviewed Just Before Libyan Revolution

A fascinating interview.


  1. A few comments:

    Gaddafi's mother was Jewish and he had relatives in Israel. Speaking from his personal experience, he had no problem seeing Jews and Muslims leaving in peace in the same country but it's telling that his Jewish mother had assimilated into his Muslim father's family and that's probably the blueprint he had in mind.

    Gaddafi and the rest of the north African rulers were instrumental for the Europeans in stopping the tidal wave of migration we are seeing now. The deal was clear - the West kept it's demonization of these rulers to a required minimum and allowed them to continue to rule, gave them some financial and military aid, and allowed them to vacation in the French Riviera with their harems of concubines. In return they kept would-be migrants at bay using methods that the Europeans would not be associated with. The deal required said leaders to be effective at the their job; once they showed signs of weakness the West had to get on the bandwagon of ousting them for "democracy". Well we see the results now.

  2. Fascinating! Thanks for posting it! Brainwashed interviewer. Fine, succinct, believable answers by Col. Q. I have no doubt that we Americans have been brainwashed about Col. Q. (and Castro, Chavez, et al.).